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Viability is the ability of a thing (a living organism, an artificial system, an idea, etc.) to maintain itself or recover its potentialities.
Viability or viable may refer to:
Biology, medicine or ecology
- Viability selection, the selection of individual organisms who can survive until they are able to reproduce
- Fetal viability, the ability of a fetus to survive outside of the uterus
- Genetic viability, chance of a population of plants or animals to avoid the problems of inbreeding
- Minimum viable population, a lower bound on the population of a species, such that it can survive in the wild
- Population viability analysis, a species-specific method of risk assessment frequently used in conservation biology
- Viable count, of viable cells
- Viability study, a study of the profitability of a business concept which is to be converted into a business
- Minimum viable product, in product development, a strategy used for fast and quantitative market testing of a product or product feature
- Viable Paradise, an annual one-week writing workshop held each autumn on Martha's Vineyard
- Viable prefix, in computer science, the set of prefixes of right sentential forms which can appear on the stack of a shift-reduce parser
- Viable System Model, a scientific model of the organization of a viable or autonomous system
- Viable system phenomena, the science of observing the behavior of a system
- Viable System Theory, a modelling approach that enables complex strategic and operative business and financial systems to be modelled and explored.
- Viability theory, an area of mathematics that studies the evolution of dynamical systems under constraints to the system's state
- Viability assay, an assay to determine the ability of cells or tissues to maintain or recover its viability
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